AC ft. Michel Aubertine - Light up the Night

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: AC
Producer:
J Glaze
Album:
Best Served Cold

After rapping about everything from the Eliot Spitzer scandal to the life of Big Punisher, AC has gained a reputation as one of the industry’s most creative newcomers. At 22, he has received props from the game’s biggest tastemakers, and on his brand new record, Light up the Night, he makes friends with all the puff-puff-passers, spitting verses riddled with pop culture references (it’s hard not to chuckle at the Nick Hogan drop). Assisting is Michel Aubertine, who adds reggae-fusion vocals over producer J. Glaze’s ominous soundscape. Being in the studio 24/7 has given the Staten Island-to-Manhattan transplant the confidence and wherewithal to light up the night in his own right, with a fiery brand of music that will take the rapper du jour from the e-streets to the big time in no time.

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